Another crazy careening transition! Jason meets the Li'l Mrs. at an outdoor coffee shop. She hands him an envelope that turns out to contain records of gambling debts that she found in her parents' office. I pretend like I didn't call this from minute two. Jason warns her that these sheets might send her father to prison, and she tearfully says, "Ken is my husband." This episode has definitely taught me many things today, and hopefully it has you too. Most of all, it is my wish that this episode has taught college-age women not to marry the environmentally-conscious goobers they all date during their sophomore year.
Attorney Ken's Beach Bungalow. Thundercats, ho! The three have collected back at their meeting place to discuss how to find Bastard Dad's bookie. Lou thinks he knows who the bookie is, but is skeptical of Jason's insistence that the bookie testify in court: "They tend to be shy, but I'll try." Schultz cajoles, "Lou? Remember what Yoda said," and Lou answers, "Do or do not. There is no try." Aaand in the space of just a few sentences I have written about Barbie and Ken, Thundercats, and Yoda. This show has officially made me regress. Lou leaves, and Schultz asks Jason if he really thinks Bastard Dad did this. Jason answers, "Does it matter?" and we are supposed to be shocked that he is displaying such ambivalence about right and wrong. All right, I'm "shocked."